Licence to Kill road safety event

700 students have been getting important road safety messages from St John and the other emergency services. The emergency ambulance service has been working with colleagues from Guernsey Police and Guernsey Fire & Rescue Service in the annual ‘Licence to Kill’ event for secondary school students. The hard-hitting hour-long talk …

Patient appreciation for Brad

Trainee Emergency Medical Technician Brad Stuckey has been presented with an award for receiving the highest number of appreciations from members of the public. The emergency ambulance service regularly receives messages of thanks and praise from patients and their families, for the professional care and treatment provided by our clinicians. …

Remembering lives lost at sea.

Representatives of St John Ambulance Guernsey have taken part in a memorial service to remember the lives of those lost at sea in Bailiwick waters. The Chief Ambulance Officer, Mark Mapp placed a wreath at the annual Prosperity Memorial Service at L’Eree on Saturday on behalf of St John Ambulance …

Flag at half-mast in tribute to UK paramedic

The flag at the ambulance station is flying at half-mast today as St John Ambulance Guernsey pays tribute to a UK colleague who died in a road traffic accident whilst on duty earlier this month. Tammy Minshall, 31, who was a Trainee Paramedic with the West Midlands Ambulance Service and …

Jen is off to Gibraltar Island Games

Emergency Medical Technician Jen Linfield is representing Guernsey in the 2019 Natwest Island Games in Gibraltar. Jen, who works for the emergency ambulance service, is one half of the Women’s Beach Volleyball team taking part in the event this month. 2019 is the first time beach volley ball has been …